What a jig saw puzzle cz 83

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  1. Cluck Norris

    Cluck Norris Founding Inglorious bastard Charter Member Benefactor Supporting Member

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    So I picked this up a while back at a gun show(years ago) as a gun in a bag that had a threaded barrel to go along with it.
    I got everything back together, even pressed in the new barrel.
    The sear in this was the hardest part m, the barrel needs a little work done to the ramp to line it up with the ramp.
    Shouldnt be to hard but all in all it's back together and has been test fired.
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    Awesome find! Been looking for one of those with a threaded barrel for awhile, not easy to find.
     
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    Great little pistols and even better on mute!
     
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    I have one in basically brand new condition, but with a bad (or mis-installed) sear spring. But I just do not currently have the time or desire to completely disassemble it just to replace the sear spring.
     
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    I hate that sear spring, and I do mean hate.
     
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    I talked to a gunsmith at the range a year or two ago, and he said he would replace it for me for $170 ($85 per hour for 2 hours). I said no thanks, I only paid $150 for the whole damn gun!
     
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    Lol, if you ever get towards rand co ill do it for nothing. It's just a pain to get to, and to get back together.
     
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    At some point, I will nut up, take it apart and just do it. I have a replacement spring somewhere. I just am in no hurry to do it.